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PATRICK CAVANAGH 301-277-2988 (home) 301-852-0979 (cell) firstname.lastname@example.org EXPERIENCE SUMMARY: Possess 20+ years of experience in information technology consulting for clients including the Department of Health and Human Services; Defense Information Services Agency; Federal Aviation Administration; Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms; National Technical Information Services; Department of Transportation; National Institutes of Health; U.S. Coast Guard, and others. Managed senior developers in online systems and provided hands-on development of mainframe and desktop systems. EMPLOYMENT: 01/2000 – 05/2012 RNSolutions, Rockville, MD Project Manager for DCIS Project Client: Department of Health and Human Services Managed project providing for the collection, editing, storing and reporting of contract data. The system was developed using Java and ORACLE DBMS. Web services were developed to provide real-time messaging with cooperative acquisition systems, and the Government-wide system maintained at GSA. Used Jira Studio to manage Help Desk and task ticketing, as well as store technical and project management documents. Kept project within budget. Supervised 7+ analysts as well as support staff. Led the effort to achieve Software Engineering Institute Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Level II certification, and planned and implemented CMMI Level II management practices. Personally developed artifacts for all management areas and defended processes in the audit for all areas, with the exception of Quality Assurance. Planned and managed the development of new software architectures for the system, including web services for incoming and outgoing data reporting and data warehouse capabilities. Planned and managed the implementation of ORACLE Discoverer to deliver MIS reports and enable power users to develop reports from the data warehouse. Also, implemented custom data extract files to feed external data warehouse systems in HHS Agencies, including CDC, NIH, and Program Support Center. Planned and managed data warehouse upgrade to IBM COGNOS to enhance reporting efficiency and end user capabilities. Responsible for developing staff expertise, overseeing data base design and data loading from transaction data base to COGNOS, report conversion, and retraining of end user community. Managed technical staff including Java, ORACLE DBA, and COGNOS developers and server administrator. Acted as primary contact for Government program managers, configuration control board, technical leads, and end users. Proposed and managed project budgets. 06/1998 – 01/2000 Analyst, MYTA/MCI WorldCom, Pentagon City, VA Provided contract software development services in support of data warehousing operations and local telephone service marketing. Analyzed data on operational systems and created systems that generated statistical reports for market analysts and managers. Created programs and processes using IBM utilities, COBOL, and JCL: designed, coordinated, and implemented data transfers from operations systems on the mainframes, LANS, and desktop systems. Designed and implemented procedures to extract, transfer, and load data from MCI transaction data systems to create desktop presentations for marketing analysts in MS Excel spreadsheets and pivot tables. Identified and implemented process improvements for daily operations and report production. 04/1997 – 06/1998 Analyst, Architect of the Capitol, Washington, DC Served as systems analyst for various applications for the CIO. Developed and implemented the Agency’s Year 2000 Plan. Developed and maintained web site to publish project schedules and status. Developed and maintained applications in MS Access. Evaluated and recommended COTS products. 09/1996 – 04/1997 Analyst, CGH Technologies Supported Federal Aviation Administration contract. Analyzed shipping and receiving processes and identified where Electronic Data Interchange could be used. Provided technical and analytical support to Air Traffic Services and Airway facilities. Performed study of FAA facility systems and data communications, and made recommendations for enhancements and upgrades. 06/1994 – 09/1996 Project Manager, SETA Corporation, McLean, VA Managed facility support contract for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, including system software maintenance, applications systems development, network support, technical documentation, and 24 x 7 operations of an IBM ES/9000 mainframe facility. Supervised a staff of 12. Supervised mainframe operations for ATF. Provided consulting support to NASA Langley in the development of a data warehouse. Provided consulting support to the Health Care Financing Administration, identifying requirements and recommending database software. 06/1985 – 06/1994 Analyst, The MITRE Corporation, McLean, VA Supported the Defense Information Systems Agency Telecommunications Management Modernization Project, as well as projects for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the National Library of Medicine, the Navy Ships Parts Control Center, the Department of Interior, the State Department, and the Department of Labor. Developed statements of work for procurement of contractor support. Provided technical analysis of proposed system architecture and reviewed capabilities of commercial off-the-shelf software products, database management systems, client/server software, and middleware. Participated in proposal review as well as negotiation and review of contractor deliverables. Provided statistical analysis for the Department of Labor Black Lung program. Identified sampling requirements for auditing of claims processing. Wrote software to generate required samples, data, and reporting forms for the auditors. Developed five-year Information Resource Management Plan for the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation(PBGC). Planned and conducted acceptance testing for the PBGC benefits payment system. EDUCATION: B.S., Mathematics, University of Maryland, College Park, MD PMI Certified Project Management Professional (PMP)
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